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Who are we?

The H.O.M.E Residents’ Association (RA) exists for the benefit of the residents in:

Havelock Road,

Outram Road,

Mulberry Lane,

Elgin Road and Ashburton Road/Gardens/Close.

 

We aim to preserve, conserve and improve the environment in H.O.M.E roads as well as in outlying areas that have an effect on our area.

Our Success Story

In 2004 there was a planning application to demolish an old Victorian house in Havelock Road and to build a block of 12 flats, boundary to boundary and stretching half the way down the garden, on the site. Many residents objected to the application and this led directly to the creation of H.O.M.E RA.

 

On 31st March 2008, our roads were designated part of the East India Conservation Area - as a result of objections to a planning application at 40-42 Elgin Road.

New to Addiscombe?
Or want to know what you can & can't do in our conservation area?
See our handy leaflets

Everyone who lives in H.O.M.E roads is automatically a member of the RA. The RA committee meet six times a year and distribute newsletters to keep residents up to date with its activities and to invite them to social events.

Special Messages

NOISE! updated Sept 2021

Having issues with noisy neighbours (like loud music)?

Take a look at the Council's guidance for steps you can take to resolve and involve the council (if required). You can contact Croydon Council regarding noise at: pollution@croydon.gov.uk....

Read more

Planning August 2021

Croydon Council gave a presentation to H.O.M.E and other RAs covering various aspects regarding planning and strategic management set up at the Council at the moment...

View here

Traffic matters July 2021

After 5 years of ongoing talks with the Council, no material changes have been made to improve the traffic volume on our roads and the associated risks; we have been assured of both short-term mitigations and longer term projects to alleviate traffic flow across the broader area. Neither have materialised...

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Updates from our MP:

Facebook Group
H.O.M.E has its own Facebook group! Click on the image below and Join Group or visit facebook.com/groups/homera

  • Facebook

Up-to-date
Covid information:

Croydon Council Covid Information

A low traffic environment

Since the changes in 2017 to the traffic flow in our neighbouring roads, H.O.M.E roads have suffered from increased traffic and a group of residents have worked hard in getting the Council to take action to make our roads less busy, noisy and polluted. For the latest information please click here.

Meanwhile while COVID-19 may make public transport less attractive we are looking for schemes which are possible and which would promote our well being and bring back the previous low traffic environment.

low traffic environment

Join The Cleanup Gang

Every odd month, (Jan, March, May etc)
on the fourth Sunday, 11am to 1pm.


Meet outside #4 Wavell Court, Elgin Road, (opposite Elgin Nursery).

Thank you to Tim for organising these events, the equipment from the council and for the tea afterwards. 

Any questions contact Tim on 07528 570 058.

Cleanup gang

Suspended during the pandemic.

Exercise Street

 

On some weekend days* starting with Saturday 21st June Elgin Road will be closed to traffic from 2pm to 4pm and will become our Exercise Street.

For more info and photos from this and other H.O.M.E events click here.

 

The future dates will be advertised on Facebook Elgin Road Marvels here.

You can find more details in the promotional flyer here

For the official notices of road closure from the council click here and here.

*We may switch the event to Saturday/Sunday if rain threatens. You will find updates on the Elgin Road Facebook group here.

Excerise street

Suspended during the pandemic.

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